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Updated November 2019
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Overinvested is a weekly podcast from pop culture obsessives Gavia Baker-Whitelaw and Morgan Leigh Davies. Each episode, Gavia and Morgan dive into a film, TV show, or comic they just can't stop thinking about.
 
In his Raising Young Athletes podcast, Dr. Jim Taylor—an internationally-recognized authority on sport psychology, child development, and parenting—offers a guiding hand to help parents ensure that their children’s sports participation encourages positive attitudes and promotes healthy developments as they move toward adulthood. The role of parents in shaping their children’s sports experience has never been more important, and Dr. Taylor shows parents how to send the right messages to their ...
 
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Episode #11: Emotions (Part I) of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the fifth of seven in a series that examines the psychological obstacles that can prevent athletes from enjoying their sports experiences, performing their best, and achieving their athletic goals. This episode is the first of two parts that examines the significant effect t ...…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan dive into the wild world of "The Lighthouse," Robert Eggers' surreal follow-up to "The Witch" (2015). They break down the film's bold stylistic choices, Eggers' approach to historical accuracy, and wild central performances from Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson.By Overinvested Podcast
 
In the second installment of their film festival coverage, Gavia and Morgan discuss more highlights from this year's New York and London Film Festivals, including Céline Sciamma's historical lesbian romance "Portrait of a Lady on Fire," Martin Scorsese's gangster epic "The Irishman," Armando Iannucci's adaptation of "David Copperfield," and more.…
 
In the first installment of their film festival recap, Gavia and Morgan discuss some of the biggest films at the New York and London Film Festivals this year, including Noah Baumbach's divorce drama "Marriage Story," Pedro Almodóvar's autobiographical "Pain and Glory," the Judy Garland biopic "Judy," and more.…
 
Episode #10: Fear of Failure (Part II) of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the fourth of seven in a series that examines obstacles that can prevent athletes from performing their best and enjoying their sports experiences. This episode is the second of two parts that explores the powerfully negative impact of fear of failure on […] The post ...…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia dive into the best show on television, HBO's "Succession." They break down the ethically bankrupt Roy family, discuss the show's treatment of current events and the media, and heap praise upon the show's remarkable ensemble.By Overinvested Podcast
 
Episode #9: Fear of Failure (Part I) of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the third of seven in a series that examines obstacles that can prevent athletes from performing their best and enjoying their sports experiences. This episode is the first of two parts that explores the powerfully negative impact of fear of failure on […] The post Rai ...…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia dive into James Gray's space epic "Ad Astra," starring Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones. They break down the film's many cinematic influences, discuss the effects of studio interference, and praise its depiction of toxic masculinity.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia discuss September's break-out hit film "Hustlers." Topics include the movie's central romance and refreshing depiction of strippers, its vivid evocation of New York c. 2008, and that Jennifer Lopez performance.By Overinvested Podcast
 
Episode #8: Perfection to Excellence of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the second of seven in a series that examines obstacles that can prevent athletes from performing their best and enjoying their sports experiences. Importantly, this series will consider ways in which parents hold these unhealthy attitudes and instill them in their chi ...…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan dive into the Wachwoski's underappreciated, instant cult classic "Jupiter Ascending." They discuss the film's extraordinary production and costume design, its fairy tale tropes, its initial critical drubbing, and why it may just feature Eddie Redmayne's best performance yet.…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan discuss the mostly hotly anticipated horror movie of the year, "IT Chapter Two." They compare it to the superior "It" (2017), lament its long run time, and try to figure out where it all went wrong.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia break down the 2012 film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical "Rock of Ages." They compare the film to other jukebox musicals, assess its box office performance, and — most importantly — discuss what the hell is going on with Tom Cruise.By Overinvested Podcast
 
Episode #7 of my Raising Young Athletes podcast is the first of seven in a series that examines obstacles that can prevent athletes from performing their best and enjoying their sports experiences. Importantly, this series will consider ways in which parents hold these unhealthy attitudes and instill them in their children. Also, importantly, w ...…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia cap off the podcast's summer book club with a discussion of Elizabeth Gaskell's Victorian romance "North and South." They compare the novel to other nineteenth century marriage novels and evaluate its depiction of the industrial revolution and overwrought male emotions.By Overinvested Podcast
 
Episode #6: Perspective of my Raising Young Athletes podcast explores the influence of perspective on how you as sport parents and your young athletes perceive, feel about, and react to their sports experiences. When I talk about perspective, I mean lens through you and your young children look at their sports involvement in terms of […] The po ...…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan discuss Jennifer Kent's cult horror film "The Babadook" (2014). They consider the merits of watching horror at the cinema and at home, compare this film's family drama structure to "Hereditary," and explain the origin of one of the internet's most inexplicable memes.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia travel back to 1999 once again to dive into the Wachowskis' iconic blockbuster "The Matrix." They discuss the film's connection to other cyberpunk films, how it has been reinterpreted over time, Keanu Reeves' starpower, and more.By Overinvested Podcast
 
Episode #5: Ownership of my Raising Young Athletes podcast examines the powerful impact that ownership has your children’s enjoyment, performance, and success in their sports lives. Ownership means that they participate because they are doing entirely for themselves, love their sport, and have goals they want to achieve, rather than because of ...…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the cult classic comedy "Dick," starring Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams. They discuss its spin on the history of Watergate, admire its remarkable costume design, and compare it to other political satires and teen girl comedies.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan debate the merits of Ari Aster's follow-up to "Hereditary," folk-horror feature "Midsommar." They discuss its effectiveness as a horror film, the importance of a good script versus good production values, and the film's allusions to white supremacist iconography.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan revisit Todd Haynes' instant classic 2015 film "Carol." They discuss the film's references to photography and classic film, contextualize it within Todd Haynes' wider filmography and recent queer cinema, and debate the lead performances by Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara.By Overinvested Podcast
 
Episode #4: Self-esteem of my Raising Young Athletes podcast explores how self-esteem impacts young athletes’ athletic and personal development. Self-esteem involves how children come to perceive and value themselves, in other words, do they see themselves worthwhile people deserving of love and respect. Self-esteem influences happiness, well-b ...…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia discuss the 1994 classic of Australian indie cinema "Muriel's Wedding." They compare it to other coming of age films, analyze its combination of comedy and drama, and praise its refreshing depiction of awkward young womanhood.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan commiserate over the X-Men franchise's last gasp, "X-Men: Dark Phoenix." They bemoan filmmaker Simon Kinberg's incompetent direction, marvel at the film's incomprehensible plot, reminisce about happier times, and wonder where it all went wrong.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia dive into Olivia Wilde's debut film, "Booksmart." They discuss the film's stellar jokes, queer themes, and its muddled take on the American college admissions process, and compare it to other teen movies of recent and not-so-recent times.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia discuss the original 1954 "Godzilla." Topics include its references to nuclear war, its low-fi special effects, and its lasting legacy of additional Godzilla and non-Godzilla kaiju movies.By Overinvested Podcast
 
Episode #3: Self-identity of my Raising Young Athletes podcast explores how the role that athletic identity plays in the development of children’s overall self-identity. Topics to be discussed include early specialization, values, the pressure parents feel to “keep up with the Jones,” balance, and the struggles parents have to take the good roa ...…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan convene their first book club of the year to discuss Mary Shelley's novel "Frankenstein," first published in 1818. Topics include Shelley's storied personal history, the novel's themes of parenthood and colonialism, and its long legacy of dramatic and cinematic adaptations.…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia discuss Claire Denis' unnerving new science fiction film, "High Life," starring Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche. They discuss Denis and Pattinson's collaboration, the film's unusual relationship with the space movie canon, and the existential terror of existence.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, to celebrate its arrival on UK Netflix, Gavia and Morgan revisit one of 2014's best films, Bong Joon-ho's dystopian thriller "Snowpiercer." They dissect its allegorical approach to capitalism, its effective use of Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton, its stupendous production design, and its troubled history as one of the Weinstein Company ...…
 
Episode #2: Values in Youth Sports of my Raising Young Athletes podcast explores the importance of values in your children’s sports experience. I consider why why values have such an impact, the presence of healthy and unhealthy values in youth sports, how kids learn values, and how parents can ensure that their children develop only […] The po ...…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan discuss the children's classic "The Black Stallion." They admire its striking visuals, reflect upon its unique approach to children's cinema, and compare it to other beloved horse tales of yore. A Patreon-sponsored episode.By Overinvested Podcast
 
In Episode #1 of his Raising Young Athletes podcast, Dr. Jim Taylor discusses The Power of Sport Parents. The post Raising Young Athletes Podcast: Episode #1-The Power of Sport Parents appeared first on Dr. Jim Taylor.By Dr. Jim Taylor
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia revisit a classic of early-aughts animation: early DreamWorks animation feature "The Road to El Dorado." They compare the film to newer animated fare, consider its depiction of colonization, and reminisce about its status as a slashfic ur-text for many millennials of a certain age. A Patreon-sponsored episode.…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan celebrate the 20th anniversary of classic teen movie (and Shakespeare adaptation) "10 Things I Hate About You." They compare it to its source text, "The Taming of the Shrew," as well as to other teen movies of the era, consider its feisty heroine in the context of third-wave feminism, and reflect on Heath Ledger's as ...…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan celebrate the fifth anniversary of one of Marvel's best films and their own personal favorite, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." They dissect its political commentary, its sensitive treatment of its central characters, assess its place in the larger MCU, and reminisce about the glory days of Captain America fand ...…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan discuss "Us," Jordan Peele's follow-up to 2017's instant-classic "Get Out." They compare the film to its predecessor, puzzle over its muddled political allegory, try to break down that crazy ending, and more.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan debate the merits of Bryan Fuller's cult show "Hannibal." They discuss the show's elaborate visual imagery, its mesmerizing central performances, and the complicated ethical ramifications of its depictions of violence. A Patreon-sponsored episode.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia weigh the merits (or lack thereof?) of Marvel Studios' first woman-led film, "Captain Marvel." They evaluate it against other Marvel origin stories, critique its use of amnesia as a plot device, appreciate performances from Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn, and more.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia revisit Hollywood classic "The Sting." They consider its influence on modern-day heist movies, contextualize it in the history of con men and heists in America, and sing the praises of the ever-dreamy Robert Redford and Paul Newman.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia recap the 2019 Oscar ceremony, first reviewing the telecast itself, then breaking down frustrating wins for "Green Book" and "Bohemian Rhapsody," and finally celebrating some ceremony highlights including Spike Lee and Olivia Colman.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan dive into Netflix's new hit show "Russian Doll," starring co-creator Natasha Lyonne and Charlie Barnett. They discuss the show's many allegorical interpretations, its superlative depiction of New York, the different ways we watch television today, and the novelty of Lyonne's exceptional performance.…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan discuss Marielle Heller's Oscar-nominated film "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" Topics include the rare book world, Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant's marvelous performances, the film's depiction of nineties New York, and its depiction of queer friendship.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia consider Netflix's new art world satire/horror flick "Velvet Buzzsaw," starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Toni Collette (among others) and directed by Dan Gilroy. They evaluate its success as satire of the art world, critique its use of horror tropes, and compare it to other recent entries in the art satire genre.…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia go deep on one of their favorite films of all time: Todd Haynes' glam rock cult classic "Velvet Goldmine." They reflect on their personal history with the film, contextualize its many historical and artistic references, discuss the role that fandom plays in the film, and sing the praises of all four central performan ...…
 
This week, Morgan and Gavia reflect on the year in film and share their personal lists for the top 10 movies of 2018, and look forward to the year to come. Films include "The Favourite," "Roma," "A Star Is Born," and many more.By Overinvested Podcast
 
This week, in a special Patreon-sponsored episode, Gavia and Morgan revisit a popular childhood favorite, "Muppet Treasure Island." They discuss the film's close adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel, its relationship to other Muppet media, the evolution of children's movies, and the genius of Tim Curry.…
 
This week, Morgan and Gav effuse over the best superhero movie in recent memory, "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse." They consider its position in the superhero canon, its relationship to comicbook structure and aesthetics, its remarkable visual style, and exciting voice performances by Shameik Moore and Jake Johnson.…
 
This week, Gavia and Morgan watch the (sort of) iconic vampire film "Twilight" (2008) for the first time. They discuss the film as a cultural phenomenon, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's questionable performances and subsequent career success, suburban vampire mythology, sparkles, and more.By Overinvested Podcast
 
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